Published in Blood Weekly, April 8th, 1996
Damage done to these cells by smoke and fat may be offset somewhat by massive doses of a precursor of a molecule used by cells to send signals, or by vitamin E, the researchers found. They also determined that the damage may be made worse by the sex hormone testosterone.
The researchers presented their preliminary findings March 25, 1996, at the...
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